Jonathan M Gregory MD FRCPC

Associate Program Director, General Psychiatry Residency Program

Assistant Professor, Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Med School: Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University
Residency: Western Psychiatry & Western Child & Adolescent Subspecialty
Additional Training: Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents
Clinical Area of Expertise: ADHD; Mood & Anxiety Disorders in Adolescents & Emerging Adults; Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescents & Emerging Adults; Emergency Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; Medical Education
Administrative Partner: Kristen Henderson-Love
(519) 685x8500 extension 75657


Dr. Jonathan Gregory practices psychiatry at London Health Sciences Centre. His current clinical roles include the virtual Emergency Diversion Clinic and outpatient psychiatry at Children's Hospital as well as the First Episode Mood and Anxiety Program (FEMAP). His clinical areas of focus include working with transition-age youth (adolescents and emerging adults) with specific interest in ADHD and borderline personality disorder.

Following a Bachelor of Arts & Science in Economics and Organismal Biology at McGill University, Dr. Gregory completed 10 years of medical education at Western University, including medical school, psychiatry residency, and subspecialty training in child & adolescent psychiatry (CAP). He is currently working on his Master of Health Professions Education through Maastricht University and the Centre for Education Research & Innovation (CERI).

Dr. Gregory is an assistant professor at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, and currently serving as the competence-by-design (CBD) lead for the CAP subspecialty program, assessment portfolio lead for the general psychiatry residency program, course coordinator for the new "Psychiatrist as a Person and Professional" curriculum, and CBD lead for undergraduate education in psychiatry. His research interests include physician wellness, competency-based medical education, the impact of our interaction with new technology on mental illness, and the bidirectional relationship between mental and physical health.

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